Book Review: Paper Towns

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2 settembre 2020

Book Review: Paper Towns

good morning children of the Internet today I have a book called Paper Towns to review for you and let me talk about why Paper Towns by John Green author of looking for alaska and the very very popular the fault in our stars as well as an abundance of katherines and several other things that he’s written with a couple other authors with published in 2008 and i have read it twice now most recently yesterday and you are probably wondering why after all these years of reading it and then rereading and never reviewing it are you just reviewing it now the movie is coming out let’s just keep it simple so the book is being adapted into a film and ordinarily I would try and do a book to movie comparison when the film comes out however given the fact that by the time you see this I will be working like a crazy person at my job and probably not having enough time to even breathe it’s unlikely that i’m going to make it out to the theater in a timely enough fashion when the movie comes out to even do a book to movie review and never mind the fact that where i am located in massachusetts they might not even be playing the movie so that’s going to be a problem despite that fact this is an excellent story I have heard several folks who’ve also read it say that this is their favorite john green book and i reread it this time around trying to imagine why because it has never been my favorite john green book and i was honestly a little confused by the ending the first time that i had read it i didn’t i didn’t understand why everyone thought it was so prolific um so i went into it looking for that this time if you’re unfamiliar with the plot it’s about a boy named Quentin who spent his entire life growing up next door to this beautiful girl named margo roth spiegelman one evening she climbs into his bedroom window with a plan to do 11 things that night to seek revenge on some folks for wronging her and sort of drags Quentin on this all night adventure of buying things and plotting revenge on people just generally causing a little bit of mayhem in their lives and so when the wee hours of the early morning roll around and they part he sort of hopes that now that they have had this experience together they’ve never really been friends even though they’ve been neighbors they don’t really know each other very well and he hopes that after this things were going to be different and then Margot disappears so being completely in love with her and having had this great experience with her right before she disappears quinton follows these clues that he feels that she has left for him to find her to figure out exactly where Margo Roth Spiegelman has gone but as with all of John Green’s books there is a heightened sense of pretentiousness in the characters a little bit because as I have said before so many times John Green enjoys writing smart teenage characters which is something that I really really appreciate the characters in this book spent a lot of time pondering over their relationships with each other just end there their friend group and the friends that come along with quinton on this journey to find Margo and also they spend some time pondering over things like Emily Dickinson and Walt Whitman’s Leaves of Grass and what it means to leave a place and be connected to a place and all the metaphors that come from this particular poem now me personally I always appreciate that these characters are reflecting on such prominent works of literature although it sort of does detract from their modern day flighty sort of teenager miss I think this book perhaps more than John Green’s other books does show exactly how teenager and true-to-life these particular characters are I think the the writing style in this book is a little less pushy then saw his other books I think it’s it’s you spend a lot of time just in Quentin’s head going over and over things again and again and how he feels and how he feels about Margo and how he’s realizing that he never actually knew her he just had this entire vision of her based on what he saw and what he heard about even though they had known each other since they were tiny and I think that’s something that this book does best there at times when you are just super frustrated with quinton because he’s so hung up on Margot and can’t think of anything else and gets frustrated when other people don’t want to talk about it and you just want to be like dude you need to chill out like you have a life and these other people have lives and they just can’t all go chasing after Margot at the end of their senior year of high school but at the same time you sort of have to to think about Quentin himself and Margot herself the way that Quentin is thinking about her and you start to ponder how you see your other relationships with other people and how you understand yourself as a sort of a figment of your actual being if that makes me since I found this book to be very ponderous the second time around about how I present myself to other people to you folks and how I present myself to myself and I think it definitely connects with themes in John Green’s previous work most specifically in abundance of katherines if you read that there are of course the excellent quirks to be found in this book that just keep getting hit upon and head upon namely Ben who is an annoying but kind of adorable character who’s Quentin’s best friend and how obsessed he is is going to prom as well as Quentin’s other friend radar whose family is in the Guinness Book of World Records for a very particular collection of things which I won’t spoil because it’s it’s an interesting topic of discussion there are just of course the the great why a contemporary quirks that are thrown in there for all of these characters and all of their situations like i said this book is being turned into a movie i have really high hopes for it after sort of watching some some interviews with John Green and just log brothers videos he says that the movie isn’t going to be exactly like the book but what they’ve done with the script is to evoke the same feelings that you have while reading this book so I’m excited to see the differences if I get to see the difference is because of my aforementioned situation where i live in the woods if you have read Paper Towns please tell me your thoughts below especially if you’re one of those people that likes Paper Towns more than the rest Green’s work because I know he’s got a fairly heavy following in favorite book being The Fault in Our Stars so I’m interested to see other people’s thoughts if they are Paper Towns camp type people as always thank you for watching all the links to anything you could ever want to know about us are below I hope your having lovely weeks and lovely lives and we’ll see you very soon

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